When you open the door, dreaming train world begins. There are real train schedules, panels of advertisement, and interiors such as real rack or strap are displayed. Also you will hear the sound of train’s running. On weekends and national holidays, they are open from noon.
The uniform was changed in May of 2016.
For entering, you need the ticket of 500 yen. Reservation of the real train seat is available if it’s vacant. The staffs who wear the uniform of train staff say “Welcome aboard!” You can also borrow the cap and become a train driver! You need to pay for taking photo with staffs.
English menu is available. There are lots of foods and drinks that are named related with trains. Some of the most popular meals for kids are “Shinkansen Riceball (700 yen)” that you can try to decollate rice balls by yourself or “NAER Kids’ plate (980 yen).”
Shinkansen cocktails are from 800 yen. They also have non-alcohol drinks.
The most popular menu is “Connection of Tamago-yaki (Japanese omelets)” (3 pieces 630 yen, 4 pieces 700 yen). When you connect each piece, staffs help you and say “Ga-cha-n!” together.
The movie tells origin of “Ga-cha-n!” One kid started to say and the Manager noticed that’s a good idea to enjoy situation of train. Manager also said it’s their hospitality to entertain the meal more. It must be fun when you visit with your kids.
“Little TGV” is managed by New Akiba Elactric Railway (NAER).
- NAME：Train Izakaya: Little TGV
- ADDRESS：Isamiya 3rd Bldg. 4F, 3-10-5, Soto-kanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 101-0021
- HOURS OF OPERATION：[Weekday] From 6：00PM to 11：00PM [Satuday, Sunday, Holiday]From 12：00AM to 11：00PM